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We visited the first official preview day of the new Beaty Biodiversity Museum at UBC on May 22. Its main feature is the hanging skeleton (not a cast, the actual bones) of a blue whale that washed up on the shores of Prince Edward Island in 1987, and which was specially cleaned and reconstructed just for this building.
It took me about 30 seconds to walk from one end of the whale to the other at a regular strolling pace, pointing my camera upwards to show the bones. You could easily fit a car within the whale's rib cage, or a van within its jawbones.
The music is my track "Clouds or Smoke?", which I recorded in 2005.